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CNBC
Sep 6, 2012 7:00pm EDT
uh simon hobbs and cnbc's rick santelli. i don't want to spend the segment on this. i do want to begin with you, b.k., and ask you. stocks rising under obama. the stock market liked president obama. do they like his policies? right now with today's rally, clinton handing the baton. do they want obama to win? is that possible? >> i don't think so. since 2009 on the list of ten things i look at during the day, number 11 . uh today going forward i look at the two parties. i'm looking at tax increases or spending cuts which for me aren't the best thing for earnings dprout. this is a ben bernanke rally from the beginning. he did a beautiful job managing the delinchs process. let's hope we have the power to keep this thing going. >> rick santelli, thanks for staying with us tonight. double there is an obama factor in the stock market rally? stocks doubled since march of 2009. look, i have guys saying this to me. they are tweeting to me and they say, kudlow, you argue stocks cover politics and the economy. i do. i want to be fair. >> i don't think they rally in it in. i would say no.
CNBC
Sep 26, 2012 1:00pm EDT
returning to the car market. we begin the hour at the nyse. my partner for the day again, simon hobbs. hi. >> good afternoon. two years ago when there were protes in europe it sent the american markets tumbling. that's not the case today. however the clear escalation on the violence on protests in europe is a reason to pause. for that we join our chief international correspondent who is monitoring the unrest in spain and greece. >> we are waiting to see if there will be more unrest this hour. we have been monitoring on twitter calls for people to come out and protest again, similar to what we saw last night. that would be troublesome. there was a lot of violence in madrid as thousands of protesters tried to surround the parliament shouting, let us in, we want to evict you. the reason they are protesting is because on thursday the government will reveal budget reforms, changes to cuts in social spending, rising taxes, we're pretty sure of as well. we don't know the details yet. they know it will be painful and they are unhappy pause they have suffered a lot. this is a country with high lev
CNBC
Sep 27, 2012 9:00am EDT
™ subscription when you call 1-888-280-0149 now. optionsxpress by charles schwab. >>> let's get to simon hobbs. see what's coming up at 10:00. morning, simon. >> good morning, carl. when you stay in a hotel, you should tip the maid every day and leave the money under the pillow. the ultimate guide to tipping. in the next hour of the program. obviously waiting for the news conference in spain. we'll have the latest on that. and also money to be made on google, evercore on google's. that and more. >> under the pillow, really? wow! >> in the corridor because otherwise other people may get it that you don't want to get it. if you leave it on the dress, they may not know it's them. it's complicated. >> see you later. >>> meantime, apple trading slightly lower, down 0.4%. many are still left waiting for their shipment. will the slowdown in delivery mean a slowdown for the stock? steve is a technology strategist at ubs, a buy rating on apple and a $780 price target which steve is on the low end of street consensus, actually. and this morning you were voicing some concerns based on channel checks with
CNBC
Sep 12, 2012 9:00am EDT
at mercedes benz fashion week in the heart of new york city. simon hobbs is on top of the high-end retail trade standing outside the michael kors show as the anticipation builds up. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. after burberry came through with profit warning yesterday we decided to go in search of the truth about luxury. as you said, michael kors will be debuting his fashion show here in new york city and he'll give us an interview and talk about what he's working now for michael kors that might not be working for burberry. remember, michael kors stock has ricin 165% since the ipo in december. this is a guy who can make you money. more on that. back to you. >> look forward to that. we want to get back to our top story in the meantime. apple is expected to officially announce the iphone 5. analysts say it could be the biggest iphone launch yet. shares of apple are hanging in there. down by just 0.1%. how should you be trading apple ahead of the big announcement? brian marshall, has a buy rating and $710 price target on apple. eric jackson, apple shareholder, and he thinks apple
CNBC
Sep 6, 2012 1:00pm EDT
carruso-carera, jim cramer, simon hobbs. draghi saying it's rir e versible and buying bonds from the troubled eurozone nations and will it all work? who wants to go first here? >> i want to talk about why i think the market's so excited today and i think i'm calling this a market trifecta. the ecb action better than was expected by the market. and if you remember the whole week we were hearing resisting tamp down expectations. snok so the expectations, it was only yesterday that draghi could come forward with all but the german dissent. better economic data and the fed, too, because we've been thinking about the fed and the good economic data as an either/or but maybe you get both. strong employment report and the fed still act on quantitative easing. three things. a decision next thursday and start meeting on wednesday. >> what's next? they'll buy the bonds as long as they commit to making changes so now we have to see the countries commit to making changes. >> i talked to my 19-year-old. i'll do as long as you make the -- >> right, right. >> we worked with michele before. >> so
CNBC
Sep 17, 2012 1:00pm EDT
and may be just the right thing for your portfolio. sue is off today but simon hobbs is with us leading the charge at the stock exchange. >>> good afternoon to you, tyler. as far as trading down here, the proverbial calm off the trading storm at the end of last week. high-volume rally on the fed, took the s&p up what? 2% during the course of the week? the s&p up now over 16% for the year. today financials, industrials, materials are lower. slightly down from what you'd expect. >>> now to the action outside the new york stock exchange where police and protesters have been standing off all day long. it is of course the one-year anniversary of occupy wall street and with it has come protests and arrests. kayla tausche has the latest. >> reporter: well, simon, midday here in lower manhattan, it is quieting down, thinning out and protests are spreading farther afield. a lunch time meeting brought all the protests across this area of town back to the birthplace of the movement just a couple blocks north of where i am right now. that was serving to help them regroup a little bit but now they'r
CNBC
Sep 18, 2012 9:00am EDT
numbers out of germany. simon hobbs. >> the biggest thing rolling across all markets is having had that huge surge on the fed last week without further things. you're getting that mild profit taking, particularly on most sectors. fed through from asia, in to europe and some arguably. so some of the banks are down. let's have a look at the close here. >> the european markets are closing now. >> and you'll see it is a lot of red around. portugal's down, in the right-hand portion, down 2%. you see also heavy losses from greece and alike. in terms of what we're watching for, the greek might do a deal within the coalition on thursday, thursday's also an important day, when we start getting the purchasing managers indices coming through, which will indicate the degree to which we're still heading into recession for much of europe. or the prospect of actually the action, the verbal action of ecb perhaps turning around sentiment. there's always that possibility. broad profit taking. you see these banks down across europe, some of the german banks, kcb, in netherlands, down 3.5%, the italia
CNBC
Sep 5, 2012 9:00am EDT
is totally irrelevant as to where you are actually going. >> better to be prepared. simon hobbs, thanks. over to chicago to check in with rick santelli and ira harris. hey, guys. >> hi. we all are familiar with that play waiting for goodo and we'll talk about how maybe extending and buying time is really what is at the epicenter of many of the issues we've been discussing regarding europe but i say name the change of the play to waiting for god's dough. >> there are so many leaks and they aren't by mistake. he wants to see what floats and what he floated yesterday worked because we saw that dramatic move in the two-year especially spanish and italian and more importantly in steepening the curve because, again, what is the conversation today even with merkel that they want to keep this program not on the long end, not the ten years but within that three-year window. in fact, draghi made a comment last night or yesterday which i found amazing. he said that if you do this in the short term, there is really no big monetary impact because all that stuff will roll off anyway. i found that kind of f
CNBC
Sep 6, 2012 9:00am EDT
are choosing fidelity. >>> simon hobbs has already helped us decipher draghi's press conference and is back with more. >> not disappointed the markets. got a major rally under way. our all-star panel will piece through exactly what he's saying and what he's not saying and whether the markets could fall or rally further from here. verifone's chairman and ceo will be on the show. that stock really shifting today, and illinois governor pat quinn will also join us from the democratic national convention. an action-packed hour on a big day for the markets. carl, back to you. >> thanks so much, simon. let's get six in 60, six stocks with krimm cramer in 60 seconds beginning with the stock you just mentioned, suntrust. >> worst to first. many didn't like the initial plan they submitted. now they will be blessed this. bank is worth a lot more. >> goes from hold to buy at jpmorgan. celgene. >> a new word on a new drug that they have that is for arthritis. it continues to deliver and looks like they have big products to develop. >> walgreens same-store sales, not good. >> the fight with scripps, kill
CNBC
Sep 10, 2012 9:00am EDT
, not for adults. and simon hobbs makes a very good point, now jcpenney becomes the last place on the planet he'd want to be on a sunday. >> ron johnson continues to try to throw out things. i was at pvh last week. i think it's, throw the spaghetti against the wall, whatever sticks. >> i said to bill ackmann, the stock's been up ever since. >> any uptick will drive it higher. i continue to be -- call me skeptical. retail turnarounds have been one of the most difficult things to hold. >> and once we see the market share gains, not decline but grow less, so get bigger by less at the likes of a jcpenney and a macy's and so on, we're still hearing they are still gaining share. once we see that slowdown, maybe there are signs that jcpenney is able to hold on to their base and start growing. >> stabilizing, yeah. >> well, when you get a situation where you're down 18% in same-store sales, you get a chain reaction throughout the company. your staff is too high. the people are going to start -- get inventory back up so you get pushback from apparel companies because you're basically saying, i can't tak
CNBC
Sep 24, 2012 9:00am EDT
of that. making real things... for real. ...that make a real difference. ♪ >>> let's get to simon hobbs. >> good morning, carl. do you invest in apple or in gold? we're going to talk about the modern day gold rush up 11% but apple is up 72, 73% to date. we're also going to look at lennar that continues to perform. back to you. >> thanks a lot. let's get to six stocks in 60 seconds. we'll start with u.s. steel. citi taking it to a hold? >> this used to be a great stock. you don't have good demand. >> off the pick list at citi as well? >> they raised their price target. give me a break. >> mahaney does it with google. >> you would have thought they would have been dinged by the map. >> demand fears that bowing is overblown? >> the ceo no one seems to care that the fiscal cliff. >> we're going to get earnings this week for accenture. >> i think it's a tail wind. >> and decker, they say stay away. >> okay. we have zillow. letter z. remember, it's a company on fire and people are worried that the quarter wasn't that good. let's find out tonight by david jaffe. >> thank you, jim cramer. >>> w
CNBC
Sep 4, 2012 9:00am EDT
it at all. we've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. >>> simon hobbs enjoyed his long weekend and now, he's here. >> certain ly have. you guys have been talking about this brutal assessment from andrew sorkin. we're going the talk about the mispricing in the next hour of the program. last month, it was interesting to see google l was up 7%. apple up 8%. we're going to talk about how they're relationship will be changing with the the launch of iphone 5 and as we wait for michelle obama to address the democratic convention tonight, we're going to hear from l.a.'s mayor and the chief of staff of george w. bush. >> simon, thanks so much. what a pleasure it is to welcome back "six in 60." start with man u. getting some analysts call. >> brokers of deutsch back, just don't touch this thing. go to see them in action. do not get in action with the stock. >> medvation. >> this is for late stage prostate, a very big deal. it's been a winner. >> game stop getting an upgrade from goldman. >> i don't know what they see here and i got to tell you, let it go. >> apple's price target.
CNBC
Sep 17, 2012 9:00am EDT
is that simon hobbs is here. >> as a protester. we've got a great hour coming up on the program. is now the time to double down on social media stocks? you know, groupon had a great week last week, facebook, a lot of the hedge fund managers are increasing their exposure there. we'll talk about the social surge, talk about the home builders, absolutely on fire. will they crash or can ben bernanke compel them further higher? we'll have a travel disrupter. the ceo of hit monk will be on the program who says he's going to take the agony out of travel search. if you find agony in travel search, you really haven't lived. back to you. >> simon, thanks. >>> let's get on "squawk on the tweet." thesen heating up outside our doors on this one-year anniversary of occupy wall street. our question is what's your one birthday wish for the movement on this, the anniversary? matthew writes, "the protesters occupy their minds with something constructive like applying for an internship at goldman's." "that it would become articulate about its goals and be a bit more thoughtful and grateful." "that we don't have a
CNBC
Sep 21, 2012 9:00am EDT
when i first quit. >> let the weekend begin. >> thank you, carl. >> see you monday, simon hobbs. mary thompson on the floor of the nyse. >> the positive own remains intact but today you see chopiness. keep in mind we have the reweighting of the s&p 500, traders say there's a lot of focus on that and of course it's a quadruple witch, too. the markets took a leg down about a half an hour, a little bit less than that ago, led by the metals market, interesting to note, because within the gold market what we were seeing is gold had approached what they call a golden cross, when you have the 50-day moving average moving above or crossing above the 200, that's a positive technical sign but it appears to reverse that so we saw a pullback in gold as well as oil and the markets took a leg down and we saw a corresponding spike in the dollar, talked to a number of traders, they're not sure what caused it. they blamed it again on the quad witch, the rebalancing, they say it's one of the choppy kind of days but also some technical levels as you can see the dollar spiking. materials were hurt in thi
CNBC
Sep 26, 2012 9:00am EDT
and simon hobbs live from the new york stock exchange. we'll take a look at how we're setting up on u.s. futures, this the day after the s&p posted its worst drop in about three months. we are looking higher on the dow jones industrial average but lower on the s&p 500 and nasdaq. we're taking your cue this morning from what is going on in europe. we are watching protests going in both spain as well as greece. red arrows across the board. take a look at the decline in germany, down about 1.9% this morning. our road map does start off in europe. opening the way to possibly declare independence. bond yields will approach 6%. in greece, tens of thousands protest austerity measures there. >> stocks closed yesterday at the lows of the session. these comments from plosser, also throwing more cold water on the qe-3 rally. >>> goldman sachs raising estimates on the heels of a blackberry jam conference. apple, meantime, continuing under pressure this morning. >>> athens this morning, madrid, last night. the issues are the same in both cities. more cuts in government spending and higher taxes as
CNBC
Sep 28, 2012 9:00am EDT
and l check. i'm simon hobbs. >> amazon is planning an online market place for wine sales, the second attempt at selling wine to consumers after problems with a partner prompted it to end the first attempt three years ago. "the wall street journal" says amazon held a workshop in napa this week. amazon plans to charge wineries a 15% commission on all sales as well as a monthly fee of $40. the drought of 2012, how much longer could it affect what it costs to feed your family? just how bad was it? which crops were hit the hardest? we're sorting through the data from this morning's usda report in minutes. the equity summary score consolidates the ratings of up to 10 independent research providers into a single score that's weighted based on how accurate they've been in the past. i'm howard spielberg of fidelity investments. the equity summary score is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. get 200 free trades today and explore your next investing idea. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to b
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